Four weeks after the shootings in Aurora, Colo., the box office remains in a relative slump ? despite performing over 20 percent better than the same weekends in 2011 and 2010.
An Ohio grand jury has indicted Scott A. Smith, who was arrested after allegedly attending the latest Batman movie armed with a gun, ammunition and knives.
Tony Gilroy, "The Bourne Legacy" director, discusses the new movie and the film franchise.
Despite the departure of star Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass, the "Bourne" franchise still ruled the box office this weekend.
Police in Ohio arrested a man at a "Dark Knight Rises" screening with multiple weapons. Deborah Feyerick reports.
A man faces weapons charges after authorities say he went to an Ohio movie theater showing the latest Batman movie armed with a gun, ammunition and knives.
After three weekends, it's clear that Warner Brothers' $250 million franchise finale "The Dark Knight Rises," which has earned $363.3 million, won't be able to match "The Dark Knight's" box office haul ($533.3 million) domestically, but it's more than making up the difference overseas.
A sci-fi reboot and kiddie sequel were no match for the third weekend of Christopher Nolan's blockbuster Batman finale.
Alex Teves treasured Marvel and DC comics with their Spider-Man and Batman icons, and he was at his best in high school when he wrote about the superhero genre in English class.
Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway talk about their highly anticipated film "The Dark Knight Rises."
Alright, here are the facts about The Dark Knight Rises:
Investigators have uncovered no evidence to suggest a Maryland man taken in custody after allegedly threatening his workplace had acquired weapons illegally, a law enforcement official said Saturday.
Last weekend, a dark cloud hung over the box office after the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, rocked the country.
"Dark Knight Rises" star Christian Bale makes a surprise visit to the victims of the Aurora theater shooting.
CNN's Athena Jones reports the steps theaters are taking to prevent another shooting.
Some cities and theaters around the country tightened security on Friday in the wake of a deadly shooting inside a Colorado movie house. Here is a partial list of the steps taken:
Cell phone video captured the aftermath of a shooting inside a Colorado theater at a "Dark Knight Rises" premiere.
There were no long lines waiting to see "The Dark Knight Rises" at the urban multiplex closest to where I live in Washington, D.C. A mild surprise, since this wasn't, after all, just any movie's opening Friday. This was, as we kept being told, a Major Summer Event, the biggest, darkest and most eagerly anticipated of the many Hollywood blockbusters being wheeled out to the movie-going public. It was also a workday. And I was willing to believe that there were too many people who didn't or couldn't play hooky, no matter how much frothing hype had been aroused on Batman's -- sorry, The Batman's -- behalf.
Showbiz Tonight examines the shooting during 'The Dark Knight Rises' screening, and how people can deal with the tragedy.
Thais Mills was looking forward to taking her 7-year-old niece to see "The Dark Knight Rises" Friday evening at 8:15. But in the wake of the shooting at an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater, the 31-year-old from New Orleans said he would surrender the movie tickets she bought for about $20 in advance.
Warner Brothers studios confirmed Friday that it will not cancel any screenings of "The Dark Knight Rises," squashing any rumors that it might dial back the release following the mass shooting at an Aurora, Colorado, theater.
The early Friday release of "The Dark Knight Rises" was one of the most eagerly anticipated movie events of the summer.
To call "The Dark Knight Rises" "highly anticipated" at this point would be an understatement.
That's a lot of cash caught in Spidey's web!
Sony's reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man" earned $7.5 million from midnight shows during its U.S. premiere last night ? $1.2 million of which came from 300 IMAX screens.
Another comic book blockbuster is expected to top the global box office this weekend. CNN's Michael Holmes has a preview.
As mobile games migrate to powerful smartphones and tablets that are becoming direct competition to portable gaming devices such as Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita, the E3 convention has become a prime stage for game publishers to showcase new titles.
Comic book fans aren't the only ones expected to assemble in theaters Friday.
Neil Curry tests the athletic abilities of Iron Man, Thor and the Hulk at the European premiere of "The Avengers".
If you've paid any attention to the box office over the past few years, you've heard the constant drumbeat that the international box office has been increasingly driving Hollywood's bottom line.
Whenever anything involves the "Star Wars" franchise, there are certain expectations that need to be met to satisfy die-hard, and even casual, fans. So when a new video game wants to bring "Star Wars" to life like never before, that's setting the bar really high.
The MPAA has come under some flack of late for its one-size-fits-all rating system and vague-at-best explanations for those ratings.
Not even Olympian gods and a very wicked witch could slow down "The Hunger Games'" exemplary box office run.
In "The Hunger Games," wealthy Capitol citizens of all races and ethnicities come together to watch the 74th annual bloodbath of the same name. It seems some present-day moviegoers, however, are a bit less "post-racial."
Liam Neeson, fighter of wolves, may be the closest thing the box office has to an alpha male.
What's new on the big screen? JD Cargill has your "Weekend Movie Pop!"
We're counting on Gaston Wahlberg to lead the way!
CNN's Leone Lakhani reports on how Dubai's modern skyline plays a central role in a new movie.
Richard Greene reports on the life and times of movie sword master Bob Anderson.
Former Olympic fencer Bob Anderson, the man who wielded Darth Vader's light saber, died Sunday at 89, according to the British Academy of Fencing.
"Flowers of War" has a multitude of advantages over its rivals in the Oscar race for best foreign language film.
Although it didn't set a franchise record, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" had one of the best openings in box-office history by debuting to $139.5 million, according to studio estimates.
The new James Bond movie will be called "Skyfall," the producers announced in London Thursday.
In response to Netflix's recently released list of the "Top 10 Movie Rentals of All Time," BitTorrent has release its own -- albeit utterly illegal -- list of the "Top 10 Most Pirated Movies" of all time.
After months of speculation about who would play the villain in the next James Bond installment, we finally have an answer, friendo: Javier Bardem.
Hathaway, who plays Selina Kyle, gets suited up in all black as her leather-clad alter-ego
The Charly star also played Uncle Ben in Spider-Man
The comic book superhero goes multicultural in Marvel comics' Ultimate Universe series.
In the Ultimate Universe of Marvel Comics, Peter Parker -- the original alter ego of Spider-Man -- is dead, and his replacement is a half-African-American, half-Latino teenager named Miles Morales.
True to his catchphrase, Arnold Schwarzenegger -- the action movie star -- will be back.
Activision is reloading the golden gun to take another shot at reviving a James Bond video game relic.
Actress, singer and "Monte Carlo" star Selena Gomez answers iReporter questions on her career and being famous.
This time last year we saw a lot of excited articles about how "Inception" showed there was an audience for a smarter, more conceptual blockbuster. But hold the front page: Michael Bay is out to prove there's a bigger audience for brainless bombast and nonstop mayhem.
"I think you can see the chemistry onscreen," the Transformer star says of their time on set
After her infamous Hitler remark, "Steven said, 'Fire her right now,' " Bay recalls
The Dark Knight Rises's Catwoman accidentally hit a stuntman with her prop gun
Like Captain Ahab hunted the great white Moby Dick, Joe Maddalena is hunting ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz." The magical shoes have been missing since 2005 when they were stolen from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. There is a $250,000 reward for their return.
"X-Men: First Class" hits theaters as the fifth in a series of successful movies in the "X-Men" franchise, with at least two more "X" films on the horizon: "The Wolverine" and "Deadpool."
Their three-year relationship is over
"Mother and baby are fine," a source tells PEOPLE, adding that Cotillard is "very happy"
He is the most enduring -- and possibly the most endearing -- figure of all "Star Wars" characters.
If you find yourself on the edge of your seat while watching Vin Diesel's character in Fast Five, Dominic Toretto, elude authorities, if you stare in awe as he drifts around I-beams in an abandoned warehouse, it's a good chance you have Rich Rutherford to thank for that jaw-dropping action.
But should the former California governor, 63, reprise his action-hero role in another Terminator flick?
The Oscar winner signed for The Dark Knight Rises this weekend
When Marvel Comics Executive Editor Tom Brevoort told CNN in December that "something new" would come out of the recent death of the Fantastic Four's Human Torch, he wasn't kidding.
The actress clears up rumors that she's romancing the British actor
Eight hours in full-body paint every day for X-Men brought the Winter's Bone actress very close to her makeup artists
The actress will join Christian Bale and Tom Hardy in the 2012 film
The actor says he's humbled to be wearing the Spidey suit and to be working with Emma Stone
The first brooding image of the actor as the webbed crusader is released
The new James Bond movie is finally back on track, after being put on hold for nearly nine months as movie studio MGM sorted through financial troubles.
The 23rd installment is set to hit theaters in November 2012 - but who will the Bond girl be?
Know who's one degree away from Kevin Bacon? Thanks to the new season of "Robot Chicken," it's Seth Green.
This exclusive clip from ''Robot Chicken'' takes place in Willy Wonka's dance studio. "Robot Chicken" premieres January 9.
Superhero creator Stan Lee finally gets a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on Tuesday, a week after his 88th birthday.
A "Spider-Man" Broadway musical production has been plagued with problems. CNN's Brooke Anderson reports.
The Broadway actor who fell more than 20 feet while performing a stunt in the "Spider-Man" musical was discharged from Bellevue Hospital, his father Tim Tierney told CNN Wednesday.
The fall that seriously injured an actor in the stage musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was caused by human error, an actors' union said Wednesday.
The stage musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will have new safety protocols when it reopens Wednesday night, following an accident in which a performer fell and suffered serious injuries during a preview, officials said.
The story of Katie Goldman is one that young and (ahem) older "girls" all over the country can relate to.
On May 15, 2001, a locomotive pulled out of Toledo with 47 freight cars, thousands of gallons of hazardous materials, nearly 3,000 gross trailing tons, and not a soul on board. The engineer was "nearby" at the time, according to a CSX spokesman. The train went unchecked across three counties, for 66 miles, picking up speed as it traveled.
â¢ On a break from filming Transformers 3, Shia LaBeouf was spotted backstage with at Drake's L.A. tour stop at the Gibson Amphitheatre. LaBeouf was low-key, quietly sipping a cocktail with a pal. Also there: Diddy and Jamie Foxx, who brought his teenage daughter and her friends, who excitedly jumped around after meeting Drake on his tour bus.
If you're a James Bond fan, times right now are as dark as one of 007's tuxedos.
A 1964 Aston Martin used in early James Bond films sold for 4.6 million dollars at a London auction Wednesday.
James Bond never could resist sleek curves and a good-looking rear view, especially when the owner is armed with lethal gadgets and a taste for speed -- like the Aston Martin DB5.
The iconic Aston Martin driven by none other than 007 himself is up for auction in London. CNN's Ayesha Durgahee reports.
She'll play Peter Parker's first girlfriend, Gwen Stacy - not his later love , Mary Jane Watson
Which actress would best fill Mary Jane's shoes in the next film?
An extra in "Transformers 3" was seriously injured in Indiana on Wednesday evening during the filming of a scene for the upcoming movie, authorities said
"I hate my dreams. They're so ... infantile." Heaven knows what artist Laurie Anderson would make of Christopher Nolan's first film since "The Dark Knight," but if audiences don't go for it, we're more likely to hear a different complaint: It's just too darned complex.
Dr. Judith Orloff discusses the film "Inception," which delves into the intimate and infinite world of dreams.
"Transformers" actress Megan Fox said "yes" to ex-fiance Brian Austin Green's marriage proposal, just four months after calling off a two-year engagement with Green, her publicist confirmed.
Acting experience or not, it's all good! Here are seven possible candidates for the role
Neil Sobleski of Dayton, Ohio had been looking forward to it more than anything else.
Gemma Arterton may be the favorite, Brooklyn Decker is possible, and Heidi Montag lobbies hard
The actress seeks to squash speculation she was ousted from the action movie franchise
The stars of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" take to the red carpet before the Los Angeles premiere.